posted on May, 18 2009 @ 03:48 PM
I dont 'think' I am afraid of death but perhaps I am - far more than I even allow myself to realize. I say this because I found your post to be so
I will tell you a story of my great grandfather, great great actually, He lived in the ages of faith, back in the early 1900s. He was dying on his
death bed, he went blind from drinking problems, I can't remember if it was from drinking or the disease, but like my signature, the girl in it, my
great grandfather had faith, not a questioning faith, but a real faith.
He was very devout, it's the only reason I am a catholic today because of his dilligence of the faith. The guy was truly saintly from my grandmothers
perspective, so on his death bed he asked God to cure his vision before death if he did something in return. He kept his promise, his vision
miraculously came back, nobody knew how it was possible
Before he expired he was seen, his last moments, with a gigantic smile on his face and was looking upwards. My grandmother swears on her life that the
guy seen Jesus, right after he smiled they turned around to see what he was looking at, they seen nothing, looked back, and he was gone.
The girl in my sig seen the same things, I have, 1,000s of saints have. Faith cannot be weak or it will go nowhere. if you have strong faith, you will
see so many things in your life God will do. he literally watches every second.
and so like whatuknow said, death is nothing to be feared.
and to answer your question, the blessed mother said in prophecy that the antichrist would be alive before 2000, so we are on the verge of a cashless
society, global communism, the mark of the beast, and WW3, so yes it will be in your time, by far.
what I advise is to prepare your soul for God and search further. don't neglect anything that you think might be true because it's hard to
and to tell you the truth, I think we have less then 8 years before antichrist is here fully.
God bless you.